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Replacing eurobath bathroom tap

Do not know how to remove the tap in order to replace the washer.It is a eurobath brand bathroom sink tap

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If you want to remove the tap for replacing washer then you should detach tap by looses it's screw. You can also hire a professional to do this work easily.

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